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Washington Post Iran deal bias exposed between Washington and Beirut PDF Print E-mail
Written by Written by Tom Harb   
Sunday, 17 April 2016

*IshaanTharoor / Habib Afram
*IshaanTharoor / Habib Afram

In a report on the Christians of Iraq, including on the Assyrian claim for an autonomous region in Nineveh, Iraq, The Washington Post correspondent in Beirut Hugh Naylorinterviews Habib Afram, the head of the "Syriac League" of Lebanon and uses his quotes in the article. 



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Toni Nissi cripples Mother Jones falsehood against Walid Phares PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Hajjar   
Sunday, 17 April 2016

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In a devastating letter addressed to Mother Jones’ headquarters in San Francisco, the main source used by the publication in 2011 to smear Dr. Walid Phares, Toni Nissi torched the radical magazine’s credibility, leaving its ashes smoldering on the ground. Nissi, a Lebanese human rights activist who was contacted by Mother Jones’ Adam Serwer, now working at BuzzFeed, claims the journalist and his publication were unethical and “sought only to smear a man who dedicated his life to defend freedom and justice.”



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In Memory

Rafik Hariri
Rafik HaririIn Memory of Rafik Hariri, he rebuilt Beirut, at the time of his brutal Assassination Lebanon witnessed the birth of the Cedars Revolution
Gebran Tueni
Gebran TueniIn Memory of Gebran Tueni One of the most Prominent founders of the Cedars Revolution
Sheikh Pierre Gemayel
Sheikh Pierre GemayelIn Memory of Sheikh Pierre Gemayel Another Prominent founder of the Cedars Revolution
George Hawi
George HawiIn Memory of George Hawi another Anti-Syrian who supported the formation of the Cedars Revolution